Paloma Renaissance Antalya Beach Resort & Spa


The high restaurant count and great pool scene do this place proud. Plus, it's had a top-to-toe makeover for May 2015.

The Taurus Mountains and the Med make great backdrops to this place. Paths weave their way through jasmine-scented gardens to a private stretch of beach, and just outside the hotel grounds there’s a strip of shops.

This place pulls out all the stops on the restaurant front – there are seven altogether including a Mexican one on the beach. The pools aren’t far behind, with special mention going to the one with whirlpool baths.

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All Inclusive - Here's what you get


Full Board buffet meals in "La Noblesse" restaurant. Snacks.Tea and coffee and pastries.


Selected local and international alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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Relax pool

If relaxation is what you're looking for, head to the outdoor relax pool. It's specifically designed to be calm and tranquil with the help of Jacuzzis® - a great place to de-stress. Sunbeds, parasols and towels are included.

Kids' club

A great hotel-run kids' club offering activities and entertainment for little ones aged 4-12 years.

Lotus Far East Asian à la carte restaurant*

Tuck into speciality dishes from the Far East here.

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family suite with garden view

Family suite with garden view sleeps up to 4 with a king-size bed in bedroom and an extra bed in separate lounge area, satellite TV with international channels and a music channel. Air-conditioning and central heating is centrally controlled in the main building.

junior suite

Junior suite sleeps up to 2 with a king-size bed with satellite TV with international channels and a music channel. Air-conditioning and central heating is centrally controlled in the main building.

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Perfect Wedding, Perfect Holiday

I can imagine this review is going to be a long one, as myself and my husband are completely over whelmed with this hotel, and the staff who made our wedding day so special. We booked this holiday and wedding package with Thomas cook, in April 2014. We arrived in Antalya airport at midnight, and we had an extra quick transfer, which got us to the hotel within half an hour. We were greeted by porters, who took our bags straight to our room, we were ushered to reception with cocktails, to be told we had been upgraded to a junior suite. We got to our room, and we both were blown away. Our room was huge, as was our balcony, with sun loungers. Our room was 248, and I would highly recommend this room for a honeymoon couple, been open plan. Waiting for us was fruit and wine (we have brought the wine home to open on our first anniversary!) We left our bags still unpacked in our room, and wanted to go exploring. We looked all over the hotel, making sure everything we saw was just perfect for our 24 wedding guests, who were due to arrive in 4 days. After our walk around the grounds, we ended up drinking and dancing until the early hours at the sunset bar. Food- we were really happy with the quality of the food. We ate at all of the a la carte restaurants, ate breakfast in les nobles, and lunch at the sunset bar. Do not understand why there are a few individuals who have previously wrote reviews moaning about the food? They must eat gold blocks at home. Swimming pools- for the first few days we spent on our own, we used the adults pool, which is located near the main hotel. Really relaxing and quiet. When our guests arrived, we spent all of our time by the main pool, there were children in the party, we were also a lively party, and there was always music and pool games happening. We never used the villa's pool, but walking past, seemed very peaceful. Nightlife- about 6 months into booking our wedding, I found out a conference of 200 people were due in the same week as our guests were coming on holiday. I was gutted, and I was dreading the hotel been swarmed by apprentices. How wrong could I of been! All of the people were so lovely, they had different parties in the different bars each night, all of which they were happy to let us in to. My husband and I had a hen and stag party whilst we were in turkey, they happily let us take over a square of the dance floor for us to enjoy our night. -our wedding guests We had a range of ages in our group, from 6 to 70. Our guests arrived around 6pm, we asked Aykul if we could have a champagne reception, and he went over and beyond to make sure our guests bags were collected straight from reception, all guests had a drink in their hand, and were checked in quickly. Aykul arranged for our wedding party to have a table booked for the first night at les nobles, and the second night at safran. Both of which were arranged perfectly. All off our guests, had just the best time ever. Drinks- I don't know if my husband had been tipping waiters a lot, but whenever we went to any restaurant, or bar, we would have a bottle of champagne on every table, and this weren't just for myself, this was for any of our wedding party. It really was a lovely touch, something to make you feel special. Quad biking- there is a mini bus you can use from the hotel, the man that drove ours, was taking all of us into kemer for some shopping. Some of our party wanted to go quad biking, and the driver took us up into the mountains to do this. The session was for 2 hours, which included a trip to a crystal clear lagoon, with beer in a fridge in the middle of nowhere! Water sports- many people in our party did different activities, including jet skis. We found the jet skis to be quite pricey, 50 euros for 15 minutes. But paragliding, banana boat, was all fairly priced. -WEDDING DAY! I can’t start this wedding section without mentioning my new best friend Aykul, who is just an amazing man!!! Aykul met with us a day or 2 into our holiday to start preparations, to discuss cake, flows, wedding meal, etc. every day after then, there would be something I needed to question, or needed more information on. I would call to reception, and he would be there within 2-3 minutes. Honestly, nothing seemed too much trouble. Our wedding ceremony was at 6pm, I thought that this would be too late, but how hot it is until 5.30- I couldn't imagine wearing a wedding dress before then in the heat! The sun also goes over the mountains at 5.30, making the heat more bearable, and also making fantastic photos! We had a cocktail reception for our guests just outside the piano bar, they were then all escorted down to the pier just before 6pm. Me and my bridesmaids had photos taken around the hotel grounds, and then were took on a buggy to the pier. I have been told by other hotel guests, that around 3/4pm there were around 15-20 members of staff starting to prepare the pier, and decking of the sunset bar for our wedding meal, and they were over whelmed by the amount of organisation and how much detail had gone into every single part of the day. We then had our ceremony, which lasted about 20 minutes. We had a Turkish minister who did the legal bit, and then a blessing from an English speaking priest. I would highly recommend having a blessing, you are able to say your vows as you would in England, which made it feel 'real'. We then had a champagne reception, with more photos. We then moved only a short distance to the decking of sunset bar, where a long table had been designed by Aykul, for all of the guests to be able to see the sea, which is what we wanted. Our wedding meal was lovely, there was 4 courses, all of which were fantastic. We had 4 personal waiters, who would be in the background, waiting for anyone who wanted drinks. We had a dj playing a playlist we had chosen, up until around 10.30pm, and then he would play another playlist, this was till around 2am. Photographer- we used the hotels photography services, located near the lifts. Honestly the best photographer ever! He started at 5pm, and didn't leave until 10.30pm, when the cake cutting, speeches and first dance had been done. Thank you so much, you have provided us with photos that we will treasure forever. Staff- every single member of staff I came across was friendly, our maid did a fabulous job. The towel man, what a smile to welcome you each morning! Bar staff, all knew which drink you wanted when going to the bar. Animation team, so much energy, always on the go, but never pushy, which is really nice. Just a beautiful, beautiful hotel. Thank you so much to everyone who was involved in our wedding day, and holiday. You have truly made us so happy. We are so sad to be back home. We have never been back to the same hotel twice, we like to travel, and see different places in the world, but we are already looking at dates for next year to come back! Amy and Jamie xxxxxxMore

Amybabe2014, Halesowen, United Kingdom

The Good, The Bad and the....Not Very Good.

The good points: the hotel is set in beautiful grounds, we had a lovely room (an Executive Suite), it was generally very well kept and clean. The Bad Points: Well...! I'd like to complain about the service, but considering we had no service I can't really say if it was good or bad. Waiters were too busy cleaning tables to serve. I waited over twenty minutes for coffee at breakfast and in the end went to the bar to get my own. The same with evening bar service, I hardly ever saw a waiter, so invariably just went to the bar to get served. I learnt by day two that there is no pool or beach service, so off I jogged to the bar again - I think I lived at the bar! The food wasn't great, but not as bad as the wine - oh lord, the white and rose were simply dreadful, the red - just what you want on a lovely summer's day - was passable. Good news: they serve Finlandia Vodka!!! Bonus. Now Fellow Guests I have a gripe: Please dress for dinner. Guys, don't think matching shorts with a T-shirt is dressing up, because it's not. As you can see, this hotel wasn't for me, however, most people seemed happy, but I always want more than mediocrity. More

lulujack, northamptonshire, england

Pleasant stay

This was our third stay and the renovations are an improvement . Unfortunately we contracted a nasty bug while in Turkey so we didn't eat or drink very much at all. Our Thomas Cook has Said there were bugs flying around due to the hot summer. We aren't blaming the hotel in any way , we were just unlucky this time. Luckily we had a lovely junior suite 421 so while banished to our room it was a pleasant place to be. It is a really homely hotel with a nice feel and the staff are just as we remember , hard working and happy. Thanks to all who looked after us while unwel and we will see you all next April 2016.More

traceyribblevalley, Blackburn, United Kingdom


As I am not keen on buffet food, it was a pleasant surprise to find the food here. I have been here now for 6 days and still here another 4 days. We have been really happy with the choice of food and really enjoyed sitting in the outside eating area with lovely gardens. The staff are very attentive especially femmi. Spending lovely days on the sunset decking areas with a lovely view of the sea and mountains. The cocktails could be better with more variety of brands . Really nice touch having fresh fruit and a lady making Turkish flat breads .More

Tina K, Turkey

Great hotel, food food and nice pool area

We stayed here as a family with a 9 month old We had a problem first day as we emailed for a room with a bath but got a room without one (apparently all standard rooms only have wet rooms, no baths) and had to wait a day - night to be given a executive room, which was a upgrade. To be honest not much difference in rooms from standard to ex, defo wouldn't pay more for a ex room. P.s in both rooms the balconys are shocking! Don't expect to sit out on them and chill with a book, as you can just about fit a stool on them, so so small! But great food, especially in the la carte restaurants, which 2-3 out of the 5 you can use for free over and over, the others are good prices if you dine at them anyway. The main buffet restaurants were excellent with great choice. The saffron for lunch was great! (The reservation system needs looking at, that's a joke!) Pool area very nice with constant fresh towels, pool temperature was nice too, not too cold Entertainment was very good for adults and kids dat and night Outside the hotel there is not much , walking distance both ways 10 mins there are shops were you can buy your goodies :-) other than that it's a 40 min cab into Antalya I would return due to great value for money, weather and the food, you can't go wrong. We had a great time. :-) P.s would love to say thanks to FEMHI who was great throughout our stay always saying hello and chatting with us, all the staff are amazing with kids :-) More

Danny T, London, United Kingdom

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Paloma Renaissance Antalya Beach Resort & Spa
Rated: 4.5 /5 based on 1658 customer reviews
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